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D-Link DFE-530TX+ 10/100 Fast Ethernet Desktop Adapter

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  • Connect to a Network and Surf the Web with Your Desktop PC
  • Windows® Automatically Detects the Adapter for Easy Installation
  • Up and Running in Minutes
  • Plug-and-play installation
  • Lifetime warranty
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: D-Link
  • Model: DFE-530TX+
  • Hardware Platform: Pc
  • Weight: 0.50 pounds

Product Details

Product Manual [8.30mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 9.3 x 6.8 x 1.5 inches ; 2.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00004SYNX
  • Item model number: DFE-530TX+
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (106 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 19, 2000

Product Description

Product Description

D-Link DFE-530TX+ 10/100 Fast Ethernet Desktop Adapter

Amazon.com

The D-Link DFE-530TX Wakeup-on-LAN NIC is an Ethernet adapter for PCs, high-end workstations, and workgroup file servers. Realtek's RTL8139A single-chip Fast Ethernet controller uses the bus master burst mode to directly transfer data between the card and the host computer's memory. This spares the host's workload by bypassing its CPU. This PCI adapter eliminates network bottlenecks and also works with videographic or multimedia stations.

Plug-and-play installation gets you up and running in no time. The software supports Windows for Workgroups; Windows 95, 98, and NT; LanMan; Novell; and Linux.

D-Link provides a lifetime warranty.

Customer Reviews

I never did speak to a tech support person.
Walter W Edwards
Went back to using the integrated/ motherboard port and I've had no problems on either computer since, so........
C. Vaughan
It has been working fine for weeks now on my parents computer.
wesley1008

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By aaron wittenberg on October 18, 2001
I have been using D-Link brand for about 4 years. During the years I have been networking, I have used Intel, 3com briefly, SMC, and Netgear as well. I have read so many negative reviews about Linksys that I won't even bother. Intel cards are excellent, but not real cheap. The cheapest I have found was about..., which isn't bad at all, but if you are looking for an economical network card that isn't loaded with every feature and it doesn't have to start your car, Intel is a little too much. 3com is one of the better brands, but still expensive. The rest are fairly good, but I started using D-Link after my last employer relied on them heavily.
The entire office network of nearly 20 computers was done using D-Link hardware. They used D-Link network cards, switches, and routers for the Novell and Internet connections.
What surprises me is how low cost the hardware is. They are usually the same as other brands, perhaps even a few bucks cheaper at times. I bought an 8 port 10 mbps hub for...., and am considering their 8 port 10/100 switch now. On top of this, for home or small office, the hardware works excellent.
In the 4 years I have used D-Link, I have only ever had 2 bad network cards out of the box. 2 in a row at that. This is out of using dozens upon dozens of their cards. Not a bad ratio really. No company can make hundreds or thousands of a product on an assembly line and have NO faulty items come out.
I have used them under DOS, Windows 95/98, Novell, Lantastic, and Red Hat Linux with no problems. This card is very widely supported.
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By William Lau on March 18, 2001
My first impression is "this is such a cheapo lookin' card, but for the price, I guess I can give it a try"... Boy, was I wrong or what? The installation is so easy, it took 2 minutes and 40 seconds, including opening and closing the computer cover, and software driver. The card's performance is second to none, far exceeds my Linksys and Netgear, even Intel cards. Ever since, I've buying this particular card for my home and professional networking use, and it never failed me.
I know some people gets uncomfortable when they see a "ancient floppy disk" for storing driver. But darn it, it works great. And what's amazing about D-Link, is that they always seem to include the latest driver in their packaging. I have bought over 60 of these cards, and the driver date is just barely 2 - 3 months old on every purchase. Consider Linksys, their drivers are at least 1 year old. To top it off, Windows 2000 and ME has build-in drivers for this card, and the floppy isn't even needed.
Overall, this is a good performing card at a wonderful price. They use the SAME chipset (stamped with their own name) that other competitors use as well, but they did it much less expensive... Definitely +++!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By mhlavac on March 23, 2003
This is a good card for most of us who want to get networked. There are good linux drivers out there and performance is pretty decent....
However, if you're looking for a card to put in a server where high transfer rates are very important and low CPU usage would also be nice, look for another card. In my own tests of transferring files across a network from a fileserver, this card used 40% of the CPU where other cards that I have tested (but are more expensive) use about half of that with slightly higher transfer rates.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By dmine45 on April 5, 2005
I purchased my D-Link NIC at Best Buy, but would highly recommend this to the Amazon buyer. Works like a champ. I purchased two more and they worked great as well. Windows XP had its own drivers, no need to install the drivers that are included. I used the card with Win 2000 and Win 98SE in the past and worked like a champ. I would recommend this card to anyone who needs one.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By E.Swope VINE VOICE on June 17, 2000
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I read a good many reviews before selecting the d-link nic card. I found the install easy and trouble free- but the quality isn't what I'd expected. The RJ45 connection is poor (cable doesn't lock in) and I've lost my connection several times, having to remove the card to get a proper connection. This may well be a faulty card, but I can only speak from my experience with the one, which thus far has not been great.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Marshall H. Crenshaw on August 27, 2000
I installed 2 cards as part of the home network kit and they worked immediately and without problems. I instantly had all 3 of my home computers linked together and could share files and play games. I just installed the Midpoint Lite software and can share my internet cable connection on 2 computers. The 3rd has a network card from a different vendor, and the software won't work with it (manual states this explicitly). I came here to buy another one ... I've not had any problems with the card and it zips!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By wearing brown on September 30, 2003
This installed on my XP machine in seconds flat. I physically instlled it into an available PCI slot and then started back up my PC and it installed automatically. I didn't even have to touch software configuration, it just plain works.
If you in need of a NIC then I suggest you pick one of these up for the low price that it is and in minutes you will be Ethernet and Broadband ready.
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